Wow, hard to believe it’s been 25 years. It seems like just yesterday that I tuned into the likes of “Married…with Children”, “In Living Color”, the early years of “The Simpsons”, and “90210″. Fox was the young and hip network when I was growing up. Seeing how far it has come just makes me feel old. I remember when Fox came on the air, most of their programs were quite terrible (e.g. “Women in Prison”, “Get a Life”, and “Babes” come to mind). Most of it was obviously of a lower-quality, but also more cutting edge (i.e. raunchy) than the traditional broadcasters, but little by little, they found success. To think they were able to penetrate the big 3 broadcasters was unimaginable when they started, yet that is exactly what they did. I recall way back in the late 80′s, then dominant NBC loved to poke fun at Fox in the media, to which Fox responded at ten-fold (the Al Bundy character bashed NBC in several episodes, and In Living Color skit “Men on….” referred to NBC as “Nothing But Cosby”, bashing “The Golden Girls” by having Antwon say “Who cares about three old heiffers in a house”).